Reports say the couple secretly wed earlier this year.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are reportedly already man and wife and nobody knew about it! According to the latest issue of US Weekly, the intensely private couple, who welcomed their second daughter in April, wed in a secret ceremony earlier this year.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes reportedly tied the knot earlier this year
A source told the magazine that Eva and Ryan quietly wed sometime a few months ago, in front of a small group of family and friends. “Eva and Ryan have always felt like a married couple,” a source close to Mendes said.
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Mendes gave birth to her second daughter Amada Lee in April, just 12 days after the death of her brother Carlos.
Actress Eva Mendes is known for keeping her relationship with Ryan Gosling intensely private, so much so that no one knew the couple were expecting their second child until weeks before the baby’s birth. But speaking to Latina magazine, Mendes opened up on the birth of Amada Lee, who shares the name name as her sister Esmeralda Amada.
Eva Mendes welcomed second daughter Amada Lee in April
When asked by the magazine why she chose to name both her daughters Amada, Mendes explained: “My grandmother’s name is Amada, and Esmeralda Amada is the name of our oldest. We had a few names picked out for our new baby, and when she was born, we didn’t feel like those names were her."
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The couple are already parents to 17 month old daughter Esmeralda.
Eva Mendes is expecting her second baby with her long-term partner Ryan Gosling, new reports suggest. A source told E! News on Thursday evening (April 14th) that the actress is already in her second trimester, but the couple has not yet officially commented on the reports.
42 year old Mendes and 35 year old Gosling are already parents to a 17 month old daughter, Esmeralda Amada. They’ve always kept their private lives off limits to the media, and have not yet shared any pictures of their daughter with their fans.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are reportedly expecting their second baby
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The actor has made a rare comment about his relationship with partner Eva Mendes.
Ryan Gosling is looking forward to spending Christmas this year with girlfriend Eva Mendes and their 14-month-old daughter Esmeralda. Speaking to Hello! Canada, the intensely private actor made a rare comment about his relationship with Mendes, describing her as ‘the person I’m supposed to be with.’
Ryan Gosling is looking for to spending Christmas with Eva Mendes and their daughter Esmeralda.
When asked about spending Christmas with his family this year, Gosling said he was excited as his daughter is a little bit older this time around. “This will be our first Christmas where (Esmeralda is) sort of taking it all in, so that’s exciting,” Gosling said.
The 40-year-old actress stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to share her experiences of motherhood 11 weeks after giving birth to her first child.
Mendes gave birth to her and Gosling's first child in September
11 weeks after giving birth for the first time, Mendes appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss parenthood, and revealed she is more focused on the couple's child than losing her post-pregnancy weight.
The 40-year-old actress recently opened up about motherhood, the origins of her daughter's name and why she and Gosling are trying to keep details on their new family a secret.
It has been over two months since Hollywood's hottest couple, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling, welcomed their baby daughter Esmeralda into the world, and finally the 40-year-old actress breaks her silence on becoming a first-time mother.
Mendes opens up about motherhood for the first time
Mendes recently spoke candidly with Violet Grey about everything to do with motherhood, from raising her young daughter, to keeping her name a secret and where she finds comfort on those stressful days.
'The Place Beyond the Pines' star Eva Mendes was among the latino stars at the 2013 Vanidades Icons Of Style Awards which took place at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York. She was joined by Major League Baseball player Jorge Posada with his wife Laura Posada, 'Without a Trace' actress Roselyn Sanchez, fashion journalist Rodner Figueroa and polo player Nacho Figueras with his wife Delfina Blaquier.
'The Place Beyond The Pines' star Eva Mendes arrives at a New York & Company store in New York where she is launching her brand new self-titled clothing line. She certainly seems to be enjoying herself as she beams at the cameras and can't resist a little dance and sing-a-long to Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' which is playing in the background. She is definitely dressed to impress as well, in a long black pencil skirt with a flattering white shirt.
Ryan Gosling shot a bank robbery scene in front of real-life customers, though they were the opposite of scared.
A bank robbery scene in Ryan Gosling's new movie The Place Beyond The Pines was filmed in front of real customers to incite genuine reactions. Gosling - who plays stuntman turned criminal Luke Glanton in the crime-drama - told the Daily Telegraph that the film's crew used members of the public to make the shoot-out appear real.
However, such is the level of fame achieved by Gosling in recent years that bank customers were star-struck, rather than scared. "I'm there with a gun and I look down and people are just smiling," said the actor, "They were just enjoying the show and I think I spotted someone filming me on their camera phone as I robbed the place."
The 32-year-old, who stars alongside real-life girlfriend Eva Mendes in Pines, also said that the role in the movie allowed him to indulge in his true passion: motorbikes. "I got a paper route and saved up and got a [motorbike] when I was about 12 years old," he admitted. "I sat with it out in the yard for about a year just pretending I was riding it."
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'Hitch' star Eva Mendes arrives in her car for her interview on 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart' in New York. She is wearing an elegant, long white dress coupled with brown boots and a pale pink coat draped over her arm. She signs autographs for fans as photographers beg her and her publicist to let them take fashion shots; she pauses for photos only briefly as she walks slowly into the building.
After the holiday season, the movie world is slowly cranking up to speed. Although the really big news doesn't start until next week, with the announcement of the Oscar and Bafta nominations.
This week's biggest nominee announcement came from the Producers Guild of America, seen as a taste of the Best Picture Oscar race. The PGA's 10 feature film nominees are: Argo, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Django Unchained, Life of Pi, Lincoln, Les Miserables, Moonrise Kingdom, Silver Linings Playbook, Skyfall and Zero Dark Thirty.
Here’s the trailer for the latest Ryan Gosling film, scheduled for release in April 2013. If you can’t wait that long for a slice of Gosling action, don’t worry too much because you can catch him in Gangster Squad, the film noir-esque gangster tale set in 1940s / 50s Los Angeles. For fans of his 2011 movie Drive though, The Place Beyond The Pines should strike a chord, as it features a familiar character background.
Directed by Derek Cianfrance (who steered Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams in 2010’s Blue Valentine), The Place Beyond The Pines tells the tale of Gosling’s character Luke, a bleach-blonde stunt motorcyclist (he also played a stunt car driver in Drive) who turns to crime when he discovers that he has a son to raise, that he didn’t know about and wants to provide for his child and partner (in Drive, of course, it was someone else’s partner that he tried to protect).
The Place Beyond The Pines is scheduled for release in April 2013 and also stars Ryan’s off-screen girlfriend Eva Mendes (playing the role of his on-screen girlfriend, no less), as well as Bradley Cooper, who had recent success in Silver Linings Playbook and the Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne. Oh and Ray Liotta’s in it too. Neat, huh?
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Luke Glanton is a stunt motorcyclist who currently works with a carnival where he performs numerous death defying feats for just a small pay cheque. When the carnival reach Schenectady, New York, he becomes increasingly determined to find his long lost love Romina who he idiotically broke contact with for over a year. However, when he finds her, he discovers that she has only recently given birth to a baby boy who happens to be his son, though she was reluctant to contact him about it because of feeling abandoned by him. Realising he can't afford to provide for his new family, he gives up his carnival job and goes in search of other ways to make money. He winds up being persuaded to help out in an armed bank robbery to bring in the cash but is immediately hunted by the police for his involvement. This brings Avery Cross on to the scene; a serious cop with an immense respect for the law who also has a new child to think about as well as his constantly worrying wife. His pursuit to uphold the law leads to criminal discoveries about his police department that he'd rather not be a part of, but things take an even more shocking turn when the long forgotten past of both Luke and Avery are brought up once again.
Directed and co-written by Derek Cianfrance ('Brother Tied', 'Blue Valentine') with writing credits also from Ben Coccio ('The Beginner') and Darius Marder in his screenwriting debut, the heart-wrenching and desperate story of 'The Place Beyond The Pine' is set for release on April 12th 2013.
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Rose Byrne, Dane DeHaan, Ray Liotta, Ben Mendelsohn, Bruce Greenwood, Mahershalalhashbaz Ali, Harris Yulin, Robert Clohessy, Emory Cohen, Olga Merediz, Kevin Craig West & Gabe Fazio
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A trailer for The Place Beyond The Pines, the latest Ryan Gosling movie, has just hit the web and it’s looking pretty impressive to us. Starring Gosling’s off-screen squeeze as his on-screen love interest (that’s Eva Mendes, if you weren’t sure) and also starring Bradley Cooper and Rose Byrne, The Place Beyond The Pines tells the tale of a motorcycle stunt rider who turns to crime, in order to provide for his wife and child.
If that sounds familiar in some way, that may be because Gosling recently impressed the movie-loving world with his performance in Drive in which he played a stunt car driver, who, erm, gets himself in a heap of criminal trouble when he tries to help out a neighbour (who he just happens to be a little bit in love with). Still, there are obvious differences, we promise. The Place Beyond The Pines is directed by Blue Valentine producer Derek Cianfrance and features Gosling as a bleach-blonde adventure-seeker, covered in tattoos and trying to figure out the best way to raise his young child.
The Place Beyond The Pines is scheduled for release in April 2013 and in the mean time, you can catch Gosling in Gangster Squad, which is scheduled for release in January 2013. Gangster Squad was originally scheduled for an earlier release but revisions were made to the movie in the wake of the Colorado Batman shootings.
Who doesn’t want to spend Thanksgiving Day with Ryan Gosling, eh? Like, every year. For the rest of their life. Arm in arm. Walking through New York City, laughing, smiling, snuggled up warm in expensive autumnal fashions, whilst the world looks on with a mixture of envy, disdain and suppressed homicidal thoughts? Hmmm?
Well, there’s no ‘wanting’ for Eva Mendes. Because she’s been dating Ryan for about a year, now. E! Online have pictured the couple together on Thanksgiving Day looking happy as Larry together, so anyone that was thinking of queuing up to be next in line may well have a long wait on their hands. Ryan, 32 and Eva, 38, went for a stroll around the city and although they’re a pretty private couple, they are pictured out and about together fairly often. Always looking happy. Sigh… Last year, Ryan told The Times in the UK that he’s pretty keen on starting a family some day soon, telling them “I’d like to be making babies but I’m not so I’m making movies. When someone comes along, I don't think I'll be able to do both and I'm fine with that. I'll make movies until I make babies.”
If you’re wondering what other heart-breakingly endearing stories Ryan has been in the news for of late (other than appearing in top-notch movies such as Gangster Squad), he’s pretty good at breaking up street fights, saving people about to be hit by taxis and falling, tragically to his death from a mountain in Austria. Except that last one was a hoax, obviously.
On The Road has long since had its premiere, but it was still one of the most hotly-talked about films at the annual AFI Festival in Hollywood over the weekend, as the stars flocked to its showing. Taking center stage was Kristen Stewart, as she tends to do, but she was joined by several others including Amy Adams, who definitely won the style awards with a black shoulderless dress that billowed out in black and green leaf design.
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Kylie Minogue’s new movie Holy Motors has impressed the critics. It’s been a long time since the Aussie pop star ventured in the word of movies but with this art-house offering, directed by Leos Carax, she seems to have done herself proud. It’s an unusual film, seemingly with little in the way of a fixed narrative structure, but that’s part of its off-beat charm.
The Telegraph review reveals that Kylie’s starring moment, though brief, is a highlight: ” Kylie Minogue, memorably, singing an ex-lover’s torch song along the dusty walkways of a derelict department store. We’re left with a vast amount to puzzle over and process. One thing’s for sure: you may struggle to wrest unified meaning out of this entirely irreducible movie, but like Kylie’s other featured song, you can’t get it out of your head.” Equally, The Guardian describes Kylie Minogue’s performance in Holy Motors as “stylish yet gentle.” The New Statesman review does a better job of un-ravelling the meaning of Holy Motors by explaining “the central enigma of Holy Motors rests on where life ends and performance begins, or whether the distinction is irrelevant.”
Also starring Eva Mendes and Denis Lavant, Holy Motors may seem like a peculiarly avant-garde excursion for Kylie but she seems quite at home in front of the camera and look relaxed, though evidently excited at the movie’s recent London premiere, where she revealed that she “couldn’t not do” the film.
Indescribably insane, this outrageously inventive French drama is so bracingly strange that we can't help but love every moment. It's certainly not like any movie you've ever seen before, and French director Carax packs it with so many offbeat touches - from wildly unexpected casting to witty movie references - that watching it is almost like a fever dream.
It's the story of Oscar (Lavant), who goes to work in a white stretch-limousine with his driver Celine (Scob). But the limo is actually his office, and his job entails dressing up in full make-up to play nine roles over the course of the day. These include a scabby homeless woman, a dying husband and a freaky green mischief-maker who invades a funeral and bites off people's fingers. But as the day progresses, Oscar begins to crack under the strain. Is it because of the job's huge emotional demands or because he's not living his own life?
The film is like a razor sharp satire of reality TV and social networking, as Carax cuts through the layers of artificiality of modern life. At the centre, these are all actors playing actors in a variety of scenarios. But who is watching? Some of these scenes are sexy and funny, while others are terrifying or darkly moving. But for all of the intensity of feeling, the situations are essentially shallow simply because they're not actually real. And Carax pushes each segment far beyond what we expect.
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Single mom Grace struggles to be there for her adolescent daughter Ansiedad while she manages her bills, work and her affair with a married man, Dr. Hartford. Ansiedad is inspired by her English teacher Ms. Armstrong to run away from home and start life without her mom after discussing the topic of coming-of-age stories in class. With a little help from best friend Tavita, she makes plans to start her life as an adult while Grace is too busy becoming increasingly distracted by the affections of her co-worker to notice.
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New York cops Gamble and Hoitz (Ferrell and Wahlberg) have been relegated to unimportant positions by two teams of flashier detectives (Jackson/Johnson and Wayans/Riggle). But when Gamble arrests a millionaire investor (Coogan) for a minor infraction, he and Hoitz are plunged into a murky case involving a ruthless Aussie goon (Stevenson) and bribed city officials. Even their captain (Keaton) tells them to leave it alone, but Gamble can't let go and Hoitz sees this as a chance to stop being the "other guys".
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Remember that TV show Heroes, where something happens maybe every 15 episodes to advance the storyline? Cleaner is kind of like that but condensed into a movie. The movie beats around the bush for about half an hour before it actually introduces a conflict; the rest of the 90 minutes is filled with Samuel L. Jackson yelling at various people until we finally encounter a twist at the very end. The "surprise" ending is so contrived and underwhelming you'll want to take a nap after sitting through this film to recover your soul from horrendous boredom by dreaming up something more interesting.
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Meanwhile, the movie forces me to reconsider my own, because it spends a lot more time seeming like a good movie than actually being one. For a film with such an ominous, encompassing title, We Own the Night is content to skim the surface of the NYPD, lacking the obsessive attention to detail that distinguishes other crime-heavy glimpses into bygone American eras as diverse as Gangs of New York, Zodiac, or The Assassination of the Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Even Night's period details feel half-assed and incidental, like background songs that sound more like bits of '90s soundtracks to '80s-set movies instead of 1988 itself. In fact, though an early subtitle says so, the year doesn't even seem to be 1988 in particular but a vague, amorphous "eighties," Wedding Singer style.
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Now then: What does this have to do with Johnny Blaze, superstar motorcycle daredevil? Well, writer-director Mark Steven Johnson will tell you, in a second prologue, after the opening credits, showing Blaze, as a teenager, making one of those unfortunate and confusing satanic contracts in an attempt to save his father's life. Johnson is apparently under the impression that this 20-minute backstory technique worked so well in his Daredevil that he can't afford to, say, skip it and get right to Nicolas Cage, who eventually shows up as the adult Johnny, about to be confronted by the consequences of said contract. Young Johnny's deal is so inadvertent and, again, vague, that the situation lacks considerable drama, but the show must go on.
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From Marvel Comics, creators of Spider-Man, Blade and X-Men, comes a new hero....Ghost Rider. Long ago, superstar motorcycle stunt rider Johnny Blaze made a deal with the devil to protect the ones he loved most: his father and his childhood sweetheart, Roxanne (Eva Mendes). Now, the devil has come for his due. By day, Johnny is a die-hard stunt rider... but at night, in the presence of evil, he becomes the Ghost Rider, a bounty hunter of rogue demons. Forced to do the devil's bidding, Johnny is determined to confront his fate and use his curse and powers to defend the innocent.
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Chief of Police Matt Lee Whitlock (Washington) monitors the comings and goings of Banyan Key, an intimate beach community located several miles south of Miami. His private life is plagued by failed relationships and love triangles. A pending separation from his wife Alex (Eva Mendes) doesn't stop Whitlock from sleeping with Anne (Sanaa Lathan), a married townie with an abusive husband (Dean Cain).
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"Desperado," the second eye-poppingly stylish and unabashedly outlandish B-movie in Robert Rodriguez's "El Mariachi" shoot-'em-up trilogy, is one of my all-time favorite action movies, in part because it has its priorities straight: The plot was simple -- a nameless mariachi avenges his girlfriend's murder with a guitar case full of semi-automatic weapons and an endless supply of ammunition -- and the action was non-stop and over-the-top.
Antonio Banderas cut an imposing, mysterious, hell-bent, dangerous and dead sexy figure in his long hair, implacable glower and black suede bandito get-up -- complete with jangling spurs -- as he performed a limber slow-motion ballet of body-twisting, two-fisted gunfire while dodging hails of bullets from evil drug-runners. And all this was set to a steamy, dynamic south-of-the-border score by the great guitaristas of Los Lobos.
But in the new installment, "Once Upon a Time in Mexico," writer-director-editor-composer Rodriguez pollutes the action -- which is uncharacteristically erratic, incongruous and over-edited -- with a needlessly convoluted plot involving 1) a thorny coup attempt against the Mexican president backed by a cartel kingpin (Willem Dafoe) and his turncoat henchman (Mickey Rourke), 2) a crooked and borderline-loco CIA agent (Johnny Depp) playing both sides against the middle, 3) a former FBI agent (Ruben Blades) frustrated with not nailing the kingpin before his retirement, 4) a curvaceous, gung-ho greenhorn federale (Eva Mendez) with ulterior motives, and 5) yet another murder, played out in fantasized-action flashbacks, that the mariachi is out to avenge.
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Ice Cube and Mike Epps, co-stars of the stoner satire "Next Friday," trade their ganja for gunplay in "All About the Benjamins." Cube is a rebellious, hotshot Miami bounty hunter and Epps is his frequent petty-criminal quarry, but they become partners looking to score some fast cash when one of their regular foot chases lands them both in the middle of a diamond heist.
Actually, Epps isn't interested in the diamonds. He dropped his wallet while hiding in the back of the jewel thieves' van and he just wants it back because the wallet contains his girlfriend's winning $60 million lottery ticket.
Cube doesn't buy that story, but he plays along because he wants to start his own private detective agency and he figures he could get some great publicity out of collaring a couple killers who stole $20 million in stones.
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When even a skillful writer-director with soul to spare like John Singleton ("Boyz 'N' the Hood," "Shaft") can't lend a street-racing movie an ounce of personality, it becomes abundantly clear that the trendy genre never had anything worthwhile to offer in the first place.
Stepping behind the camera for the carbon-copy sequel "2 Fast 2 Furious," Singleton frontloads the film with one scene of enjoyable B-movie flair -- a midnight drag race punctuated by car-wake camera shakes, colorful background-blur effects, and cheesy close-ups of revving tachometers, needle-buried speedometers and bad actors squinting with determined concentration as they grip the wheel.
But as soon as the movie is sideswiped by its imbecilic plot, Singleton loses his ironic sense of style and the flick crashes and burns.
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When Walt Tenor (Greg Kinnear) decides he wants to become an actor, he tries to convince his twin brother Bob (Matt Damon) -- his conjoined twin brother -- to move out to Hollywood with him by saying, "You could be my stunt double!"
Yes folks, "Stuck On You" is another cheeky comedy of good humor and questionable taste from the Farrelly Brothers ("Kingpin," "There's Something About Mary" and "Shallow Hal"), and yes, folks, they get a surprising amount of mileage out of jokes like that one -- rim-shot-quality punchlines given winkingly ironic sparkle by the wily writing-directing team's laughing-with-not-laughing-at sensibilities.
There's the scene in which Walt walks his shy sibling over to a pretty blonde in a bar, then takes over the seduction himself when Bob blows it -- and ends up bringing the girl home (Bob tries to ignore their moaning from the other side of a makeshift curtain). There's Walt's "one-man" stage show about Truman Capote, in which Bob tries to slouch as inconspicuously as possible behind Walt's back.
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